… or dressers that I can use as a credenza.
MCM credenzas are so attractive and you can store all of your random junk in them. If I could have one in every room, I’d totally do it. Unfortunately, my boyfriend vetoed that idea and said that one was enough. However, if you don’t have one already… you should consider buying one of these bad boys:
This one just listed in Central Davis and it seems to be in pretty good condition. $300 bucks isn’t too bad, either. (Original Post)
This one is at the 57th Street Antique Mall right now and it looks pretty similar. It is $200 bucks and I am pretty sure the lady had 30% off all of her stuff. I’ll double check tomorrow. (Original Post)
This beast has so much storage space. The whole bottom has four drawers. (original post)
This isn’t a credenza, but it is just too beautiful to neglect. I think it belongs to Katie and Ken, too … so it must be in awesome shape. (original post)
Okay first off I am offended by the use of “frisco.” No one else is allowed to use it, I just used it ironically so it’s okay. MOVING ON!
San Francisco is always an amazing place to look up Midcentury goodies – there’s more design obsessed weirdos per capita perhaps? Not saying y’all Northerners aren’t that fantastic brand of weirdo yourselves. That’s a compliment.
Alright, this is nuts. Going for $400.00. Imagine this in your living room, gah! (Original Post)
Same seller, different story. $450.00 for this floating desk checkit!! (Original Post)
$1300, o rly? (Original Post)Described by the seller as “groovy” and something about super powers. $30! (Original Post)
The Goodwill sale was pretty good to us. You cant really beat 50 cent prices! I’ll tell you what though it was a pretty big hoopla. Lots of people and long lines. It wasn’t intolerable (Toni described some pretty scary stuff at the last sale she went to) but it was surprising. At one point there werent any shopping carts and I had to get creative with a wicker basket. Anywho be prepared for a lot of pictures: